Nassau Library Tour 2023
A groovy summer of exploration awaits on the 2023 Nassau Library Tour! To get started, simply pick up a tour map at any participating library and road trip to as many of Nassau’s public libraries as you can from June 12 – August 12.
Each one is your gateway into a new community–visit the library, then explore the attractions, restaurants, and parks nearby. Take a self-guided tour as a family, a team of friends, or go solo. Plus, you’ll collect prizes and invaluable memories along the way. Make sure to visit one of the 6 Prize Center libraries to receive your 30th and 50th visit prize. Visit all 58 libraries to be entered to win a grand prize raffle basket!
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New titles added to the collection:
Zero Days—Ruth Ware
Beach at Summerly—Beatriz Williams
Inside Threat—Matthew Quick
Welcome to Beach Town—Susan Wiggs
Island of Lost Girls—Alex Marwood
Last Sinner—Lisa Jackson
Sweetheart List—Jill Shalvis
Best Summer of Our Lives—Rachel Hauck
Daddy Diaries: The Year I Grew Up—Andy Cohen
Circle of Death—James Patterson
Whispers at Dusk—Heather Graham
Reiki—August 17—6pm in the Assembly Room of Village Hall. $10 p/person; p/session. Call the library (742-1820) or email [email protected] to register.
Author Appearance with Amy Fusselman—Tuesday—August 8—6pm in the library. She will discuss her latest novel, The Mean$. Call the library (742-1820) or email [email protected] to register
Succulent Flower Craft with Rosemarie Attard—Wednesday—August 9—6pm in the Library. $20 material fee due at registration. Call the library (742-1820) or email [email protected] to register.
Shredding Service—Saturday—August 12—9:30am-12:30pm in the Schechter School parking lot. No registration required.
Children’s Summer Programs
Science Heroes—Saturday—August 5—11am-Noon in the Assembly Room of Village Hall for all ages. Call the library (742-1820) or email [email protected] to register.
Spoon Man—Thursday—August 17—6pm on the East Willston Village Green for ages 3+. Remember to bring your chairs! Call the library (742-1820) or email [email protected]
PEN PAL PROGRAM
The library is proud to work with Kayla, of Girl Scout Troop 1825 on her Gold Award. She has established a Pen Pal Program for children in grades 1-8. If any children are interested, parents are welcome to stop by the Reference Desk to complete a small registration form. This is not a sponsored library activity; Kayla will be in charge of the project. All information is confidential.